ADHA offer to specialist software vendors for My Health Record functionality

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) is offering vendors of clinical information systems for the specialist medical market up to $40,000 to work on adding tailored functionality to their software to encourage specialists to use the My Health Record in private practice.

The offer is limited to 10 vendors and will involve a payment for developing a detailed software design document that describes how the vendor would add or enhance My Health Record functionality, followed by a final payment if the design idea is approved.

ADHA chief operating officer Bettina McMahon said the offer was different to previous offers to vendors in the GP and pharmacy markets in that it will be an exercise in co-design and the vendor will retain the intellectual property rights.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record

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